I’m very excited to return to SIA’s Healthcare Staffing Summit in Denver this year.

First and foremost – last year was fantastic. Getting to meet with our existing clients and several new healthcare staffing firms topped the list.  The knowledge gained from the sessions was tremendous. In particular, the panel of healthcare talent that shed light on what they do and don’t want from a recruiter and firm gave invaluable insight to attendees. The travel nurses made it clear – the recruiter IS your brand! And their social networks get the word out lightning fast as to which recruiters can be trusted with their careers and their travel.

As the competition for talent continues to increase with record growth and demand in this vertical, the value of the Summit grows. This year Haley Marketing will send two speakers:

Our CEO David Searns  is a panelist discussing “Technology Staffing Firms Can Use.”  The explosion in available technology in this space can be overwhelming.  David hopes you can walk away from this session with concrete ideas on what tech strategies will best help with recruiting more candidates and increasing revenue.

And if you haven’t booked your flights yet, do NOT miss Brad Smith‘s Interactive Social Media Workshop.  Brad leads a team of 15 Social Media Marketing Advisors here at Haley, and he’s going to share exactly how to be a strategic marketing influencer in healthcare staffing with the most effective social strategies available. His session wraps up at 12:15 PM on Wednesday the 7th, so be sure you’ve got a couple hours to catch that flight home after you’ve learned how to smoke your competition that left early!

The three of us look forward to meeting everyone and taking in all the sessions we can for our clients.  If you’d like to schedule a meeting before we arrive, please click the form below and we can meet up at the booth.

 

 

See you at the 2018 SIA Healthcare Staffing Summit!

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